Riverside Community Care Assistant Program Director - CBHC in Milford, Massachusetts
$5,000 Sign-On Bonus for external applicants: $1,250 at hire, $1,250 after 3 months, and $2,500 after 6 months of service.
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Assistant Program Director
Riverside is seeking a passionate clinician to join our Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC) team in Milford! This is a unique opportunity to join a growing team of dedicated behavioral health professionals!
The CBHC Assistant Program Director (APD) is responsible for managing all of the ongoing treatment and services of the CBHC Component Service and the Outpatient Program. The APD directly supervises the CBHC treatment team managers and Outpatient supervisor(s). The APD ensures adherence to the mission of CBHC, and the integration within the multidisciplinary treatment teams, including: clinicians, case managers, peers, nurses/medical assistants and prescribers.
Among other assigned tasks, the APD will be responsible for:
Utilizes data to make informed programmatic decisions.
Actively participates in Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives for program quality and access to care improvement.
Ensures that all staffing patterns are scheduled and staffed according to regulation for all hours of operation.
Maintains clinical leadership and direction in providing program services in an appropriate and time effective manner, including the integration of medical health and behavioral health, commensurate with CBHC mission, regulations, and quality measures.
Provides consultation and group supervision to multidisciplinary team, inclusive of clinicians, prescribers, peers, nurses, case managers, administrative staff, and other positions as indicated.
Provides clinical leadership and direction in providing program services in an appropriate and time effective manner
Schedule: 40 hour full time
Pay Rate: 85,000/ year
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Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills required.
Moderate to Advanced computer fluency, including Microsoft Office, required.
Valid driver’s license and regular access to a reliable vehicle required.
May be required to participate in rotating site-based or on-call managerial coverage
Master’s Degree in a clinical mental health related discipline and independent clinical licensure required (must be 3 years post independent licensure).
Five years clinical experience in a multi-disciplinary health setting required.
Three years experience working in a managerial/supervisory or administrative experience in a similar mental health setting required.
Must have knowledge of and experience with the following populations: youth/families, adults with Serious Mental Illness, persons with Substance Use Disorder (including Medication Assisted Treatment)